|||Church Lane, grade II listed stone shaft, St. Mary's Churchyard (Garforth)
View of Grade II listed stone shaft situated in the churchyard south of Garforth Parish Church of St. Mary. The shaft is approximately 1 metre in height and was formerly octagonal in shape. The stone has suffered weathering over the years. The stone is mounted on interlocking flagstones, then a plinth. The information given in the listed building records states that it could be the pedestal of a sundial or the base of a late medieval cross shaft.
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|||Footpath, Sundial (Stourton)
|18th November 1999
View showing pathway looking from Thwaite Mill museum. Sundial can be seen on right.
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|||Holy Trinity Church, The Porch. (Rothwell)
View of the porch covering the South doorway.
The porch with its stone seats and timbered roof covered with stone slabs, probably dates from the restoration period.
Pictured is a square Sundial above the arch.
its inscription is given by Batty(1877) as 'vigilate et Ornate' and
'J.Verity fecit Lat 53 45'.
its date is stated as 1821.
the Sundial no longer remains.
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|||St. John's Church, sundial (Oulton) (1 comment)
|Undated. Photo of the sundial in the grounds of St. John's Church. A man stands over dial.
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|||Sundial House, Hunslet Lane (Hunslet)
|23rd June 1949. Picture shows Sundial House on Hunslet Lane. The house is Georgian and was previously the home of Leeds MP Sir George Goodman. A courtyard in front of the house has weeds and foliage growing in it. A man can be seen in the top left window as well as in the bottom window.
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